It’s been almost two months since the world was able to enjoy another royal baby. In June, Duchess Meghan (39) and Prince Harry (36) welcomed their second child, daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.
They already have a son, Archie (2).
It’s widely known that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a long-standing feud with the British royal family and have greatly helped fuel the scandals since they stepped down from their royal duties last year.
In particular, the much-discussed Oprah interview in March helped widen the rift between Prince Harry and his family. But the death of her grandfather, Prince Phillip, and the birth of her daughter are said to have helped reconcile the family.
In recent days, several tabloid newspapers have noticed that little Lilibet is not the successor to the British throne. Open on the website of the British Royal Family. Among the media are Describing this as a “royal mistake”, Page Six.
It is worth noting, however, that at the time of writing, he is on the succession list, but longer than other royal children.
In fact, he inherited it two weeks after his birth, as did his nephew, Prince Louis (3), the son of older brother Archie, Duchess Kate, and Prince William. He’s the fifth man in a row.
According to Page Six, Lilibet should have been listed as the eighth heir, but Prince Andrew took her place.
I wondered why
That’s why many wondered what was taking so long and if there was an exacerbated reason for it.
– All they have to do is press the paragraph button and enter another number. They must have done it before. They did it for Archie. Apparently they did this before him when Louis was born, ITV profile Chris Ship told the Royal Rota podcast.
A Buckingham Palace spokesperson told Mirror that the website is updated periodically, but they did not explain why it took so long to list Lilibet.
But on Monday, Lilibet was listed in a row.
When Queen Elizabeth (95) no longer rules England, it is her eldest son, Prince Charles, who inherits the throne. Then Prince William becomes king.
Next in line to rule are his eldest son, Prince George (8), followed by his two brothers Princess Charlotte (6) and the aforementioned Prince Louis.
He then follows Prince Harry and Archie.
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